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A redox-active radical as an effective nanoelectronic component: stability and electrochemical tunnelling spectroscopy in ionic liquids

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A redox-active persistent perchlorotriphenylmethyl (PTM) radical chemically linked to gold exhibits stable electrochemical activity in ionic liquids. Electrochemical tunnelling spectroscopy in this medium demonstrates that the PTM radical shows a highly effective redox-mediated current enhancement, demonstrating its applicability as an active nanometer-scale electronic component.

Graphical abstract: A redox-active radical as an effective nanoelectronic component: stability and electrochemical tunnelling spectroscopy in ionic liquids

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Submitted
15 Aug 2016
Accepted
26 Sep 2016
First published
26 Sep 2016

This article is Open Access

Phys. Chem. Chem. Phys., 2016,18, 27733-27737
Article type
Communication

A redox-active radical as an effective nanoelectronic component: stability and electrochemical tunnelling spectroscopy in ionic liquids

A. V. Rudnev, C. Franco, N. Crivillers, G. Seber, A. Droghetti, I. Rungger, I. V. Pobelov, J. Veciana, M. Mas-Torrent and C. Rovira, Phys. Chem. Chem. Phys., 2016, 18, 27733
DOI: 10.1039/C6CP05658J

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